Hello all! Really excited to start improving my mpg. I just started using techniques on this past Friday on my commute back from home by just drifting, driving slower and coasting on hills. My car, a Chrysler Concorde is rated at 27 mpg on the highway and by just using these simple things I went up to 36 mpg on my ride home, a 30 mile drive on the interstate. Was so pumped by my improvement that I'm going fully into it. Got my tires inflated to a nice 45 psi, we'll see how that helps I'm thinking perhaps of going above 50 from some things I've read. Got some fuel injector cleaner and going to change my oil to synthetic blend at a lighter rating. Can't wait to see how much more I can go! If I can get my car up to 50 mpg, that will be huge! In essence I would be cutting my fuel cost in half, which is a big deal these days. Gas just hit $3.45 here in Iowa. So I would be paying $1.73 a gallon if you think about it. Sounds like a dream! Couple of years I may lease a hybrid, but I think I can still do some good with my current vehicle. If anyone advanced techniques or any other suggestions, I'm open to trying almost anything. Each drive to and from work is going to be a competition with myself to do better. Incidentally my conversion aligned quite well with Earth Day this year. Hooray for Earth!